Board of Directors


Our board is diverse and is formed by people with the heart to serve and empower the Latino community. They bring expertise to CCATE and affirm the vision for a transformational community organization. All of our board members have previous experience contributing to non-profit organizations and bring to the table wisdom, discipline, and vision. They are active in the development of our programs.


Dr. Roberto Rodríguez

Chair 

As one of the earliest members of CCATE, Roberto Rodriguez began to teach weekend adult computer classic 2011, and joined CCATE board in 2012.

Rev. Florence Li

Vice Chair 

Rev. Florence Li supports CCATE with her multicultural perspective and expertise. She also connects CCATE to clergy and faith organizations.

Jessica Curran

Treasurer

Jessica Curran presently attends MCCC and will transfer to Chestnut Hill College fall 2018, where she will study Human Services and non-profit administration. She brings to CCATE nearly ten years of accounting and administrative experience.

Arq. Fernando Toledo

Voting Member

Arq. Fernando Toledo is a professor and architect from Mexico. Combining his experience in both Mexico and US, his projects have won several local, state and national awards.

Caitlin Brady

Voting Member

Caitlin Brady is an agricultural educator and food justice advocate. She connected with CCATE in the autumn of 2016 as a representative from Green Partner. It’s our honor to have her in the CCATE family!

Esquire Caitlin Barry

Voting Member

Caitlin Barry is a community lawyer and Professor from Villanova University, with focuses on migrant justice, gender self-determination, and grassroots empowerment. Her experience and knowledge in legal issues has made her a very valuable asset to CCATE.

Rev. Angel Pagan

Treasurer

To be updated…

Dra. Cristina Soriano

Voting Member

Dr. Cristina Soriano is an Assistant Professor of History at Villanova University and the Director of Latin American Studies Program. She specializes in colonial and modern Latin America, slavery and resistance movements, and cultural/ social history.

Ing. Joseph Thompson

Voting Member

Joe Thompson works as a director for marketing and strategy at Merck & Co. He began volunteering at CCATE in 2013 as a Math/Science tutor and joined the board in 2015. He has always been supportive in developing CCATE membership and program.

Dr. Manuel Canché

Voting Member

Manuel González Canché is an associate professor and educator from University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education. His research focuses on issues of access, persistence, and success on students’ outcomes and on education finance.

Dr. Roberto Rodríguez

Chair

As one of the earliest members of CCATE, Roberto Rodriguez began to teach weekend adult computer classic 2011, and joined CCATE board in 2012.

Rev. Florence Li

Vice Chair

Rev. Florence Li supports CCATE with her multicultural perspective and expertise. She also connects CCATE to clergy and faith organizations.

Jessica Curran

Treasurer

Jessica Curran presently attends MCCC and will transfer to Chestnut Hill College fall 2018, where she will study Human Services and non-profit administration. She brings to CCATE nearly ten years of accounting and administrative experience.

Arq. Fernando Toledo

Voting Member

Architect from Mexico.

Esquire Caitlin Barry

Voting Member

Caitlin Barry’s experience and knowledge in legal issues has made her a very valuable asset to CCATE.

Caitlin Brady

Voting Member

Caitlin Brady connected with CCATE in the autumn of 2016 as a representative from Green Partner. It’s our honor to have her in the CCATE family.

Rev. Angel Pagan

Treasurer

To be updated…

Dra. Cristina Soriano

Voting Member

Dr. Cristina Soriano is an Assistant Professor of History at Villanova University and the Director of Latin American Studies Program. She specializes in colonial and modern Latin America, slavery and resistance movements, and cultural/ social history.

Ing. Joseph Thompson

Voting Member

Joe Thompson works as a director for marketing and strategy at Merck & Co. He began volunteering at CCATE in 2013 as a Math/Science tutor and joined the board in 2015. He has always been supportive in developing CCATE membership and program.

Dr. Manuel Canché

Voting Member

Manuel González Canché is an associate professor and educator from University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education. His research focuses on issues of access, persistence, and success on students’ outcomes and on education finance.